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Adenosine receptor agonists attenuate and adenosine receptor antagonists exacerbate opiate withdrawal signs.Academic Article Why?
Animal models for the study of adenosine receptor function.Academic Article Why?
Characterization of the mouse A3 adenosine receptor gene: exon/intron organization and promoter activity.Academic Article Why?
Overexpression of A3 adenosine receptors in smooth, cardiac, and skeletal muscle is lethal to embryos.Academic Article Why?
A new role for the A2b adenosine receptor in regulating platelet function.Academic Article Why?
A novel mechanism of control of NF?B activation and inflammation involving A2B adenosine receptors.Academic Article Why?
A role for the low-affinity A2B adenosine receptor in regulating superoxide generation by murine neutrophils.Academic Article Why?
A(3) adenosine receptor deficiency does not influence atherogenesis.Academic Article Why?
A2B adenosine receptor blockade enhances macrophage-mediated bacterial phagocytosis and improves polymicrobial sepsis survival in mice.Academic Article Why?
A2B adenosine receptor expression by myeloid cells is proinflammatory in murine allergic-airway inflammation.Academic Article Why?
A2B adenosine receptor gene deletion attenuates murine colitis.Academic Article Why?
A2B adenosine receptor promotes mesenchymal stem cell differentiation to osteoblasts and bone formation in vivo.Academic Article Why?
A2b adenosine receptor regulates hyperlipidemia and atherosclerosis.Academic Article Why?
A2BR adenosine receptor modulates sweet taste in circumvallate taste buds.Academic Article Why?
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